More About Alarm.com Video Doorbells
The first video doorbell listed is Alarm.com's newest addition, the VDB780B. Offering a completely wireless solution to video doorbells, the VDB780B records video at 1080p is able to use video analytics, and runs on a battery pack that lasts 6 months before needing to be charged. Using the VDB780B will require the use of the ADC Smart Chime device to operate. Doing so will give you access to a wireless chime device, as well as a WiFi extender prioritizing your video doorbell's internet connection.
In addition, you can also find the ADC-VDB770 above. Another Alarm.com designed camera, the VDB770 is the first doorbell camera made that can use Alarm.com's video analytics and is capable of recording at 1080p. This is a hardwired adaptation that allows you to connect it to your existing in-home doorbell chime. While hardwired, the VDB770 has a very simple installation process that anyone can do.
Finally, our last option is the ADC-VDB105X Slimline video doorbell. The VDB105X, though not compatible with video analytics, is still a great value for the money. You'll get 720p quality, the ability to connect to an existing hardwired chime, and uses regular motion capture. One of the nicest features of the VDB105X is its battery warmer, allowing the camera to operate at -40°F, giving those colder areas an option for a video doorbell. All in all, video doorbells have come a long way since their conception years past, but not many can top the quality and innovativeness displayed by Alarm.com's video doorbells, so if you're looking to add a great option for person detection to your porch you're in the right place.